Help With Sonicwall Configuration with a COE

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I have a Netvanta 838 that bonds dsl connections to one connection (Copper over Ethernet). I have been given from the ISP:

WAN IP
66.x.x.102 IP
66.x.x.101 GW
255.255.255.252 Subnet Mask

LAN IPs (usable static IPs)
205.x.x.50 thru 54
205.179.28.49 GW
255.255.255.248 Sub Mask

I have a Sonicwall TZ210 to use as a router/firewall. I want to continue to use my internal 10.x.x.x network (NAT) for the inside network. How do I program the Sonicwall ports (i need detailed as i am a beginner at this) to use the public LAN IPs(above) as the outside WAN IPs when I am using the above WAN IP for it? I am confused as I am used to just getting a set of IPs and using them (usually with a passthru other device/router) and then just plugging the IPs into the sonicwall.

Thanks for any help anyone can provide.
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Im trying to this with just the sonicwall. I know I can use the hand off ethernet thru a router programmed WAN 66.x.x.102 then plug in the sonicwall to that and use WAN 205.x.x.50 with inside my internal LAN addresses. The question above, I am trying to this all with one Sonicwall and not have a middle man router.
You will need much more information than can be listed and understood from a forum like this. I suggest purchasing a Sonicwall support contract. They will connect to your firewall, upgrade the firmware, setup the config you need and you still have a year of support if you need adjustments. There are many companies that sell those contacts. We use Sonicwall and purchase support contracts for them also.

Hope this helps!
Have you make any progress on this? If you need help finding a company that discounts Sonicwall support contract, let me know. We purchase it for our clients all the time. I can refer you to our Sonicwall Distributor.
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Have you made any progress?
I have not, I just used the wan ip info instead of my 5 statics and that worked. I had to have it up that night so I didnt have more time to fool with it. Maybe sometime down the road ill figure it out the way it supposed to be, but for now it will do. Thanks, and if i do need a support contract I now have someone to contact.

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Figured it out temporarily on my own.

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